• Stewart County, Tennessee (approximately 1807)

    Early hand-drawn map of Stewart County (Tenn.) drawn before the creation of Humphreys County in 1809. The map depicts the county extending southward past the Duck River. It offers a detailed view of t…

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  • Claiborne County, Tennessee (1834)

    Evans, W. R

    W.R. Evans' hand-drawn and colored map of Claiborne County (Tenn.) showing details of road and towns, the Crockett Ironworks and Furnace, the Kentucky Road coming from Cumberland Gap, the Clinch River…

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  • A new map of North & South Carolina, & Georgia (1765)

    Kitchin, Thomas

    Published in London in 1765, this map shows the schematic landscape of the North and South Carolina and Georgia colonies west to the Mississippi River (including the future extent of Tennessee). River…

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  • Plan showing Bell County (Tenn.) as laid down according to the act of Dec. 20, 1870

    Williams, J. J

    This hand-drawn survey shows the proposed location of Bell County and Nashoba County, Tennessee. It depicts the three counties Bell would detract from, as well as Shelby County, from which the majorit…

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  • A general map of the state of Tennessee to 1799

    Lee, James D. (James Daniel), 1933

    A general map of Tennessee drawn by James Daniel Lee. Shows "a list of trails: explorers, Indian, and military," various Indian population reports, and historical information. Inset map of Watauga Set…

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  • Map of Houston County, Tennessee (1931)

    This map of Houston County shows roads, railroads, residences, county lines, and civil district lines. Geographic features such as rivers, creeks, streams, hollows, and islands are depicted. Map shows…

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  • The state of Tennessee

    Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839

    A color annotated map of Tennessee in 1796 taken from Mathew Carey's General Atlas. This topographical map shows the new state as two non-contiguous parts: the Mero District (Tennessee, Davidson and S…

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  • Colton's map of the State of Tennessee (1871)

    Color map of Tennessee showing state and county boundaries, topography, roadways, railways, waterways, cities and towns, mines, mills, furnaces, major landforms, and portions of bordering states.

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  • Anderson County, Tennessee (approximately 1832)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Anderson County (Tenn.) showing the Clinch River, the town of Clinton, roads, creeks, rivers, mountains and a brimstone (sulphur) deposit. The surrounding counties are also labeled a…

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  • Map of Sullivan County, Tennessee, showing civil districts (1836)

    Hand-drawn map of Sullivan County (Tenn.) outlining the newly established civil districts. Surveyor's calls for each civil district's boundaries are provided. Blountville, Paperville, stage roads, Rea…

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  • Map of Weakley County, Tennessee showing civil districts (1836)

    Hand-drawn map of Weakley County outlining the newly established civil districts as well as the township and range grid. Dresden is the large town centered on the map. Creeks and forks of the Obion Ri…

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  • Tennessee County Boundaries and Names 1791-1990

    Shows the boundary changes and establishment of Tennessee counties from 1791 to 1990.

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  • Thos. Anderson's plot and certificate of survey of the line between Wilson and Cannon counties

    Anderson, Thomas

    Plat and survey of county border between Wilson and Cannon counties. Indicated are the Cumberland River, various roads, Coles ferry, Batotes ferry, paper mill, Lebanon, Statesville, and Milton. Survey…

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  • Robertson County, Tennessee soil map (1912)

    A 1912 map of Robertson County (Tenn.) surveyed by J H. Agee, Lewis A. Hurst and H. Jennings of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. This detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines, and top…

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  • Putnam County, Tennessee soil map (1912)

    A 1912 color soil map of Putnam County (Tenn.) surveyed by C. S. Waldrop. In addition to soil types by color, this detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines and sections of the Tennes…

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  • Blount County, Tennessee (1834)

    Hand-drawn map of Blount County (Tenn.) that shows the French Broad River, Chilhowee Mountain, Tuckaleechee Cove, Cades Cove, Cherokee villages of Tallassee and Tellico and Callaway's Turnpike connect…

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  • Map of Claiborne County (approx. 1834)

    Evans, Walter R

    The same as Map 1470 in our Map Collection, this hand-drawn map of Claiborne County shows Tazewell, Clinton, Grantsboro, roads, county lines, an iron works, and geographic features including springs,…

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  • Map of Tennessee (1818)

    Melish, John, 1771-1822, Strothers, John, Jr

    This beautifully colored map of Tennessee constructed by John Melish from the surveys of John Strothers following the War of 1812. Shows early county lines and Indian boundaries prior to Jackson's Tre…

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  • Winchester, Tennessee

    Hand-drawn plat map of Winchester, Tennessee, showing public square and the landowners surrounding. Landowners include Alexander Young, Ralph Crabb, Dougherty, Wiggins, Westall, Sims, and Estill. Boil…

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  • Tennessee

    Map of Tennessee originally published in “A new and elegant general atlas” depicting Tennessee in the 1790s. Map shows counties, Indian lines, settlements, rivers, the Mero District and the Washington…

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